Will feature release of 2019 Northeast Ohio trends report
Urban Land Institute Cleveland and Cleveland State University will host a community discussion to highlight the current and future state of the regional real estate market on January 31. It will include the release of ULI Cleveland’s 2019 real estate trends study for Northeast Ohio. The annual report provides an assessment of regional economic and demographic changes, overall real estate trends and sector specific data, including information on the industrial real estate, retail and multi-family housing markets.
The event will also feature a keynote address from noted real estate expert Andrew Warren, director of real estate research for PricewaterhouseCoopers, as well as a panel discussion with local real estate leaders. It will be held on Thursday, January 31, from 4 p.m. to 7 p.m. in CSU’s Maxine Goodman Levin College of Urban Affairs at 1717 Euclid Avenue, Cleveland, Ohio 44115. Find ticketing and registration information at cleveland.uli.org.
“CSU is proud to partner with ULI Cleveland to produce its annual trends study and to host this important community discussion,” says Kirby Date, program manager for CSU’s Center for Community Planning and Development, and coauthor of the report. “Real estate trends play an important role in assessing the overall health of the community and highlighting best practices in development and redevelopment as well as areas for improvement. It is our hope this report and event will further efforts to enhance community and economic development across Northeast Ohio.”
The panel discussion, moderated by Date, will include Renee Csuhran, interim president of the Greater Cleveland Region for Huntington Bank; Debbie Donley, principle at Vocon; and Ken Till, Cleveland vice president of development for Bedrock.
“The Northeast Ohio real estate trends report is a signature publication of ULI Cleveland, made possible by our members, local experts, and our partners and sponsors, who support the important work of providing leadership in creating and sustaining thriving communities,” said Mackenzie Makepeace, district council chair for ULI Cleveland. “We thank everyone who contributed to the report and thank CSU and our panelists for what promises to be an interesting and informative discussion.”